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Hagler Institute announces its largest class of new fellows: 14

Class of 2022-23 includes a Nobel Prize recipient and multiple National Academies-level scholars, plus a distinguished lecturer
Economics

Think green: Artificial intelligence evaluates algae as energy source

Method could provide alternative fuel source for jet aircraft
Agriculture

Calorie counts: For some consumers, labels serve as invitations to indulge

Putting calorie counts on display for consumers can have unintended consequences, new study discovers
COVID-19

Eviction moratoriums are reshaping how U.S. rental markets function

Tenants are only part of the story, A&M economist points out
Agriculture

New opportunity for farmers? Capture carbon and sell credits

Government policies and market demand are creating chances to profit from climate-friendly practices
COVID-19

Shot in the arm: US economy gets boost from release of vaccines

A&M economists credit COVID-19 vaccinations with recent increases in nation’s GDP
Business

An index for energy: New metric tracks average price in United States

A&M researchers publish findings in the journal Nature Communications
Agriculture

Nation’s GDP may lose $2.5 trillion from COVID-19 pandemic, study says

A&M and partners analyze short-term, long-term impacts on U.S. agriculture
Economics

How do socioeconomics contribute to coastlines littered with garbage?

Concern for the environment shifts with population’s economic stability, new study shows